today bj novak did a reading/signing for his kids book in la so ofc i went bc as some of you know i brought a copy of bj’s book one more thing to the mindy project paleyfest this year and mindy crossed out bj’s name and signed it and i’ve been waiting for a chance for bj to see it
the reading was so cute he was talking to the kids and interacting w them it was rly adorable. oscar from the office was there w his family too and i petted his dog and busy phillips was there w her daughter too it was all so cute
and then at the signing he signed the kids book and then i handed him my book and he saw it and gave this exasperated look like OF COURSE MINDY so i told him i met mindy at paleyfest and she did this and he looked at me and was like “can i?” i was like sure you can do whatever you want it’s your book and he crossed out mindy’s name and signed his own i was literally dying inside. and then before i left he was like “would you put this on the internet?” i was like “yes i’ll tag you”
where was this when I was small enough to fit in it
you say that like i’m not gonna just awkwardly squeeze myself into it
if it worked for bowser, it’ll work for me
having worked at toys r us
i can assure you that size is no obstacle for adults wanting to hop on a kiddy toy
the grotesque contortions of the human bodies i have seen will chase me to the grave
toys r’ us guy has seen some shit
Q:who is L if your info says you are jeremy? (also yo we don't talk much but you a fave mutual)
Hey! Okay, so I’ll explain this for everyone because I briefly mentioned it in my second vlog, but I didn’t have time to really go into detail. So, my nickname throughout school (most of elementary-high school) was L. Literally everyone at my school refers to me with that single letter.
The nickname started in fifth grade. In my class, there were two other kids with the name Jeremy. Since I went to such a small school, we had to figure out some way to differentiate. At first we would just use a last initial after our first name, so I was Jeremy L. After awhile, most people dropped “Jeremy” and just used some derivative of our last names.
While the other Jeremys (Jeremi?) became Gilby and Evans, my last name didn’t lend itself as well for a derivative, so everyone kinda stuck with the initial alone. So that’s why all my social media is the way it is, regardless of the fact that no one calls me that in college.
Also, Aly has one of my favorite blogs on Tumblr.